Help for Haiti from Gallery Deli

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Starting today, the Gallery Deli, a fusion New York-style delicatessen will offer a "wrap for relief" -- a Haitian-style marinated chicken wrap, with a portion of the proceeds going directly to the United Nations World Food Programme.

For a limited time, the Gallery Deli's Haitian Chicken Wrap will donate $2.50 from each purchase to the WFP's emergency mission to Haiti.

"In a country were millions live on less than $1 a day, the Gallery Deli is proud to offer its support to those in Haiti" says Gallery owner Matthew Borghese.

For more information: thegallerydeli@gmail.com

The Gallery Deli, 2030 S. Douglas Rd., Coral Gables; 305-441-5441.

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